By Nelson Marmiroli, Borys Samotokin, Marta Marmiroli
This e-book provides a accomplished and built-in technique towards fixing the ever transforming into challenge of soil and water infection by means of radioactive and chemical wastes from army amenities, guns industries, and guns garage. The authors mix concept and perform in particular illness examples. it is a monograph born out of a special mixture of craftsmanship and sensible suggestion and is perfect for operators within the box of decontamination.
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ORLOV ET AL. 26 Table 1. Continued. Forest litter 45600 22,20 1012,412 18,79 Ol Of 2400 24400 10,10 36,97 24,240 902,068 0,45 16,74 Oh 18800 4,58 86,104 1,60 Mineral soil layers 5268000 0,538 2831,703 58,82 0-2 ɫɦ 223600 2,71 605,956 11,25 2-4 ɫɦ 4-6 ɫɦ 323200 349600 1,16 1,48 374,912 517,408 6,96 9,60 6-8 ɫɦ 360800 1,08 389,664 7,23 8-10 ɫɦ 10-12 ɫɦ 360000 317200 1,10 1,07 396,000 339,404 7,35 6,30 12-14 ɫɦ 14-16 ɫɦ 362400 367200 0,54 0,38 195,96 139,536 3,63 2,59 16-18 ɫɦ 359600 0,26 93,496 1,74 18-20 ɫɦ 386400 0,12 46,368 0,86 20-22 ɫɦ 375600 0,05 18,780 0,35 22-24 ɫɦ 379200 0,04 15,168 0,28 24-26 ɫɦ 364000 0,04 14,560 0,27 26-28 ɫɦ 361600 0,03 10,848 0,20 28-30 ɫɦ 377600 0,03 11,328 0,21 TOTAL – – 5387,493 100,00 FOREST ECOSYSTEM MOLINIO-PINETUM (B3) density of 137Cs ground deposition – 597,25 kBq/m2 (16,14 Ci/km2) TREE CANOPY (PINUS SYLVESTRIS) 160351 7,29 1168,259 15,17 Wood 134086 5,28 707,974 9,19 Bark external 10103 7,93 80,117 1,04 Bark internal 336 27,25 9,156 0,12 Annual needles Needles of the 2-nd year 2584 1767 53,66 21,13 138,657 37,337 1,80 0,48 Annual shoots 467 43,03 20,095 0,26 Twigs thick Twigs thin 7460 3548 13,08 21,80 97,577 77,346 1,27 1,00 LAYER OF UNDERGROWTH OF TREES (PINUS SYLVESTRIS) 18,44 7,44 0,137 0,002 LICHEN LAYER 12,66 46,91 0,594 0,01 Sublayer of epigeious lichens 1,31 46,92 0,088 0,010 RADIATION CONTAMINATION OF FOREST ECOSYSTEMS Table 1.
DNT´s) and need only little technical expertise. Using on-site analysis: x many samples can be investigated within a short period of time x contaminated sites can be rapidly identified and described x information is provided regarding the heterogeneity of explosives in the soil xsubsequent laboratory analyses can be defined on the basis of the on-site analysis x costs for laboratory analyses and risk assessment as a whole are reduced Colorimetric tests have the drawbacks that they are not specific for a particular substance, and false positives can be drawn due to the presence of coloured humic contaminants.
30 years after the Chernobyl catastrophe), it was assumed that the diet would remain constant, and that the availability of 137Cs in the rhizosphere of agricultural land would not have significantly decreased. Decreasing the 137Cs accumulation in food will then occur mainly due to radioactive decay and the migration down the soil profile of the radionuclides. 1mSv/year. However, the relative contribution to the dose from forest food will remain almost unchanged. The dynamics of the impact of forest food load on the internal exposure dose of Khrystynivka groups A and B over the period 1996 and 2016 is of significant scientific and practical interest.
Advanced Science and Technology for Biological Decontamination of Sites Affected by Chemical and Radiological Nuclear Agents (NATO Science Series: IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences) by Nelson Marmiroli, Borys Samotokin, Marta Marmiroli